tea trolley

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serving cart for serving tea or light refreshments

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And it now holds a Welsh class on a Monday morning, when the tea trolley still comes out.
Unlucky for some, "but it's me over'eds, dear, I got to cover 'em you see", as the woman with the tea trolley explained.
My mum always seemed to be buying Con-Tact or Fablon to cover any surface she deemed offensive, and plastered our tea trolley with it, so that it looked (almost) like it was made from Norwegian pine, classy eh?
There were activities across all sites, but this year staff raised pounds 54,000 though fairs, fetes, cake baking, decorating, buying and eating along with tea trolley dashes, fancy dress and games galore.
The Herman Miller offering will include such signature pieces as the Aalto Tea Trolley, 3-Leg and 4-Leg Stools, and the Aalto easy chair, or "Tank Chair" ranked among the landmarks of 20th century industrial design.
Couch with cushions and an artist Floor lamp with Foot Switch Trolley Table Chair with an Artist Gas stove Chair Table, Adjustable, With Table Setting and Flowers Tea Trolley, Laid Large Cupboard with Contents and Television Wardrobe with loan from Prof.
Earlier this year the British Civil Service--which is traditionally fuelled by endless cups of tea--lost the last of its famous tea trolley ladies.
IT was a performance to bowl over "Big Nev" and to leave Hayley raising a mug from her tea trolley in admiration.
Operatic star Wynne Evans, known for his antics in the Go Compare ads, decided to shave his head for this year's appeal, while Hayley, the tea lady from BBC Three's The Call Centre took an afternoon tea trolley around the BBC Wales offices to raise funds.
Those who visited her will remember the tea, cake and biscuits laid out on her trusty tea trolley ready for her guests which she always insisted putting out despite the fact that she was becoming increasingly frail.
I appreciate everything each and every member of staff has done for her, the skilled surgeons, the knowledgeable nursing staff, the kind auxiliaries and the cheerful tea trolley ladies.
Mr Amphlett claims most of the canteen workers, tea trolley operators and cleaners simply ignored him.
Should I ever be called up to command a vehicle for our services, I'll be the one with the tea trolley.
I must admit, that on the final evening when we all did our monologue performances, walking out onto the stage, pushing my tea trolley and performing to an audience of at least 50 people, was slightly terrifying, but absolutely exhilarating.